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Rachel J. Halverson


Rachel J. Halverson is an Associate Professor of German in the Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures at Washington State University where she teaches German culture, film, language, and literature. She has been a member of the Goethe-Institut Trainernetzwerk since 2001. She specializes in post-war and post-unification German literature and culture.

Ökodidaktik: Was kann ich tun?
This interactive presentation explores materials and activities to educate students about environmental issues in Germany and the United States. Keywords: Environmental Issues

Computer-Assisted Creative Writing
Description This interactive presentation demonstrates how German language educators can tap into the world of contemporary German-language authors by exploring their use of social media, websites and electronic publications. Keywords: Technology

Vampire, Blut und das ewige Leben: Jugendkultur in Wir sind die Nacht
This interactive presentation offers German language educators numerous options to engage learners via current vampire-driven pop culture trends in film, television and literature. Keywords: Film/TV

Der ConcepTest: Was DeutschlehrerInnen von den Physikern lernen können
This interactive workshop presents a variety of options for adapting current classroom assessment techniques for use in the FL classroom. Keywords: Assessment

Kaffee und Musik: Wie man den Lernenden die klassische Musik süß macht
This interactive workshop demonstrates how classical music can be incorporated into the FL language classroom to expose learners to musical traditions from previous centuries. Keywords: Musik im Deutschunterricht

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